Scrub like you mean it.
Scrubbing tiles is one of those things that you can casually toss out there when you’re listing what you just cleaned and people will really take notice.
“Yeah, yeah…cleaned the toilet, wiped out the sink, very ni—wait you scrubbed tiles??”
Scrubbing tiles is some next-level home maintenance. You can pay people to clean your stuff and they still won’t do that.
That’s because without the right tool, it really is a nightmare of a job. An old toothbrush with “not for teeth!” scrawled on the side is not the right tool. Sponges won’t do it. Infinite elbow grease won’t do it.
You know what will do it?
450 RPM of gunk-busting power will do it.
You’re going to need one of these things, is what we’re saying.
The average American bathroom has so many linear inches of grout that if you placed them all end to end, they would reach to the moon and back.
This is absolutely not true, but if you heard that made-up statistic while you were a quarter of the way through toothbrush-scrubbing the shower wall, you might actually believe it.
Turn that awful task into something that’s borderline fun by bringing the right tool for the job. Not only will it help you through that long-overdue tile cleaning you’ve been thinking about for a while, but it’ll make the job easy enough to actually do on a semi-regular basis.
And really, isn’t that what things like this are all about?
Order yours today. It’s less than twenty bucks. It’ll make your bathroom more clean.